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What does the tail of the dragonfly do?
The tail of a dragonfly (called the abdomen) contains many of a dragonflies organs, including its reproductive organs and much of its digestive system. It also acts as a cooling system. The insect pumps blood through the abdomen. The long, narrow shape ensure that the blood stays close to the surface, allsoing they air to carry away excess heat.
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What does it mean when a dragonfly curls its tail?

A female dragonfly curls its tail when she is looking for a place to lay her eggs. She is disguising herself to look like a stinging insect so that her predators don't bother

Can a dragonfly live without its tail?

obviously not. it contains most of its digestive tract and organs.    remember when i was younger i used to take them by the wings and rip off their tails...it'll fly f

Do dragonflies need a tail to fly?

A dragonfly cannot live without its tail let alone fly. The tail, or more properly the abdomen of a dragonfly contains vital organs.

What do dragonflies do?

Dragonflies actually soar around constantly. They are carnivores, eating bees, ants, and other insects.

What is a dragonfly?

it's the fastest insect in the world that eats flies it is different from a damselfly

Why do dragonflies lift their tails?

If it is in the Summer, it is to stay cool. To have as little exposed to the sun.
What does a dragonfly do?

What does a dragonfly do?

dragonflies fly around constantly and eat insects and others>.
Does dragonfly have tail?

Does dragonfly have tail?

Sort of. The "tail" of a dragonfly is no analogous to the tail of a vertebrate. Rather than being an extension of the spine (which a dragonfly does not have), this"tail" is ac